1. 3 lost years of India’s economy: Arvind Subramanian tells why India is not behind Bangladesh  The Financial Express
  2. The next China? India must first beat Bangladesh  Mint
  3. No slide for Sonar Bangla  The Tribune India
  4. The Bangladesh comparison  Mumbai Mirror
  5. Without an exports push, India simply can’t grow fast  The Financial Express
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The legendary Pakistani comic, Moin Akhtar, once appeared on popular satire show Loose Talk, dressed as a Bangladeshi cricketer. The interviewer, as always, played by the equally funny Anwar Maqsood, Bangladesh has shrugged off the stigma of extreme poverty while India lags behind The legendary Pakistani comic, Moin Akhtar, once appeared on popular satire show Loose Talk, dressed as a Bangladeshi cricketer. The interviewer, as always, played by the equally funny Anwar Maqsood, asked questions about the Bangladesh cricket team’s failure on their Pakistan tour. Moin Akhta

No slide for Sonar Bangla : The Tribune India

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had taken a dig at the government over IMF growth projections showing Bangladesh closing in on India in terms of per capita GDP this year and described it as a "solid achievement" of six years of the BJP's "hate-filled cultural nationalism".Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had taken a dig at the government over IMF growth projections showing Bangladesh closing in on India in terms of per capita GDP this year and described it as a "solid achievement" of six years of the BJP's "hate-filled cultural nationalism".

Bangladesh has not surpassed India on 'more appropriate' economic metric: Former CEA - The Economic Times

The fund now forecasts world gross domestic product to shrink 4.4 per cent this year, an improvement from the 4.9 per cent drop seen in June, according to the latest World Economic Outlook released this week.The fund now forecasts world gross domestic product to shrink 4.4 per cent this year, an improvement from the 4.9 per cent drop seen in June, according to the latest World Economic Outlook released this week.

Coronavirus Impact On Global Economy IMF Data Shows Virus Will Push China GDP Growth Far Beyond US

Like Bangladesh, India should focus on world market, shun protectionism, seek greater integration with global supply chains.Like Bangladesh, India should focus on world market, shun protectionism, seek greater integration with global supply chains.

Comparison between Bangladesh, India per capital GDP is instructive

Read more about India won't be the next China if it can't even out-export Bangladesh on Business Standard. A bigger danger is that instead of taking corrective action, politicians may double down on past mistakes and seek salvation in autarkyA bigger danger is that instead of taking corrective action, politicians may double down on past mistakes and seek salvation in autarky

India won't be the next China if it can't even out-export Bangladesh | Business Standard News

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IMF official says China has fiscal space to support economy - CGTN

In a Twitter thread, Arvind Subramanian said that GDP per capita is only an estimate for one indicator of the average standard of living or welfare in a country.

Comparison between India and Bangladesh GDP misleading — former chief economic advisor

In a Twitter thread, Arvind Subramanian said that GDP per capita is only an estimate for one indicator of the average standard of living or welfare in a country.

Comparison between India and Bangladesh GDP misleading — former chief economic advisor

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The International Monetary Fund Global Economic Outlook report, which projected that Bangladesh is set to surpass India's per capita income in 2020, has exposed "India's Achilles' heel", said ThePrint's Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta in episode 592 of "Cut the Clutter".  The report states that this year, the Indian economy will be among the steepest declining economies in theThe International Monetary Fund Global Economic Outlook report, which projected that Bangladesh is set to surpass India’s per capita income in 2020, has exposed “India’s Achilles’ heel”, said

IMF report on Bangladesh surpassing India’s per capita GDP: What does it reveal? | The Daily Star

We must remember to constantly innovate and diversifyWe must remember to constantly innovate and diversify

ED: Bangladesh economy continues to beat the odds | Dhaka Tribune

China will be the only major economy to see growth this year as world braces for long recovery from Covid-19 crisis – IMFChina will be the only major economy to see growth this year as world braces for long recovery from Covid-19 crisis – IMF

China will be the only major economy to see growth this year as world braces for long recovery from Covid-19 crisis – IMF — RT Business News

In IMF’s latest Economic Outlook, Bangladesh has overtaken India in GDP per capita. While Bangladesh has indeed made strides, its smaller population helps lift this metric. What else matters, what can happen now?In IMF’s latest Economic Outlook, Bangladesh has overtaken India in GDP per capita. While Bangladesh has indeed made strides, its smaller population helps lift this metric. What else matters, what can happen now?

Explained: Why comparison between India, Bangladesh per capita GDP has caught everyone’s attention | Explained News,The Indian Express

private lender Yes Bank topped the list of worst-performing banks with a degrowth of 48.63 percent in Q3 2020private lender Yes Bank topped the list of worst-performing banks with a degrowth of 48.63 percent in Q3 2020

Indian banks log the worst total returns in Q3 2020; Bangladeshi lenders shine

Doesn’t it also predict that India will see a GDP growth of 8.8% next year, making us the world’s fastest growing economy and India will easily pull ahead of Bangladesh in per capita GDP next year? | OpIndia NewsDoesn’t it also predict that India will see a GDP growth of 8.8% next year, making us the world’s fastest growing economy and India will easily pull ahead of Bangladesh in per capita GDP next year? | OpIndia News

Those who brought us Kerala model of health have now come up with Bangladesh model of economy: How they are wrong, so, so wrong

Rahul shared a graph which showed Bangladesh closing in on India and almost catching up with it in terms of per capita GDP this yearRahul shared a graph which showed Bangladesh closing in on India and almost catching up with it in terms of per capita GDP this year

'Solid achievement of BJP's hate-filled cultural nationalism': Rahul Gandhi slams Centre over IMF data - Politics News , Firstpost

India’s economy and trade mix are more diversified. So unless you believe India will continue to under-perform, don’t bet on Bangladesh just yet.India’s economy and trade mix are more diversified. So unless you believe India will continue to under-perform, don’t bet on Bangladesh just yet.

Don’t go by IMF prediction, Bangladesh hasn’t beaten India as South Asia’s economic champion

India’s economy and trade mix are more diversified. So unless you believe India will continue to under-perform, don’t bet on Bangladesh just yet.India’s economy and trade mix are more diversified. So unless you believe India will continue to under-perform, don’t bet on Bangladesh just yet.

Don’t go by IMF prediction, Bangladesh hasn’t beaten India as South Asia’s economic champion

(Bloomberg) -- The Covid-19 pandemic will produce lasting shifts to global growth, pushing China even more to the forefront. The proportion of worldwide growth coming from China is expected to increase from 26.8% in 2021 to 27.IMF Data Shows Virus Will Push China GDP Growth Well Beyond U.S.

IMF Data Shows Virus Will Push China GDP Growth Well Beyond U.S.

Govt sources hit back at Rahul Gandhi over 'Bangladesh set to overtake India' remark - In response to Congress leader Rahul Gandhi's dig at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led Centre over the International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecast for India's GDP, government sources have said that India's GDP is 11 times more than that of Bangladesh.Govt sources hit back at Rahul Gandhi over 'Bangladesh set to overtake India' remark - In response to Congress leader Rahul Gandhi's dig at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led Centre over the International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecast for India's GDP, government sources have said that India's GDP is 11 times more than that of Bangladesh.

Govt sources hit back at Rahul Gandhi over 'Bangladesh set to overtake India' remark

In episode 592 of #CutTheClutter, Shekhar Gupta explains how India lost a 40% per capita income lead to Bangladesh in the past 5 years.In episode 592 of #CutTheClutter, Shekhar Gupta explains how India lost a 40% per capita income lead to Bangladesh in the past 5 years.

IMF report on Bangladesh surpassing India's per capita GDP reveals economy's 'Achilles' heel'

In episode 592 of #CutTheClutter, Shekhar Gupta explains how India lost a 40% per capita income lead to Bangladesh in the past 5 years.In episode 592 of #CutTheClutter, Shekhar Gupta explains how India lost a 40% per capita income lead to Bangladesh in the past 5 years.

IMF report on Bangladesh surpassing India's per capita GDP reveals economy's 'Achilles' heel'

A new report by the International Monetary Funds (IMF) has shown that Greece's economic prospects in 2020 and 2021 remain bleak because of the COVID-19A new report by the International Monetary Funds (IMF) has shown that Greece's economic prospects in 2020 and 2021 remain bleak because of the COVID-19

IMF: Unemployment Will Reach Nearly 20% In Greece - Greek City Times

The previous World Economic Outlook (WEO) report was released in April this year, when the extent of the Covid-19 pandemic and ts economic implications were still being evaluated.The previous World Economic Outlook (WEO) report was released in April this year, when the extent of the Covid-19 pandemic and ts economic implications were still being evaluated.

How the Covid-19 pandemic has hit GDP growth - india news - Hindustan Times

According to economist Prof Kaushik Basu, it is shocking that India had lost its 25% lead from five years ago, and was now trailing Bangladesh. What do the data show about the future, though?According to economist Prof Kaushik Basu, it is shocking that India had lost its 25% lead from five years ago, and was now trailing Bangladesh. What do the data show about the future, though?

Explained: What IMF data say about per capita GDP of India, Bangladesh | Explained News,The Indian Express

According to economist Prof Kaushik Basu, it is shocking that India had lost its 25% lead from five years ago, and was now trailing Bangladesh. What do the data show about the future, though?According to economist Prof Kaushik Basu, it is shocking that India had lost its 25% lead from five years ago, and was now trailing Bangladesh. What do the data show about the future, though?

Explained: What IMF data say about per capita GDP of India, Bangladesh | Explained News,The Indian Express

Over the last three decades, India's efforts to increase its GDP per capita have been impressive. Yet, if it is to transform into a $5 trillion economy, a shift away from farm work is critical.Over the last three decades, India's efforts to increase its GDP per capita have been impressive. Yet, if it is to transform into a $5 trillion economy, a shift away from farm work is critical.

The social media is buzzing after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) predicted that Bangladesh will overtake India in per capita GDP for 2020The social media is buzzing after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) predicted that Bangladesh will overtake India in per capita GDP for 2020

Bangladesh overtaking India in per capita GDP sparks furore

Bangladesh is set to beat India in per capita gross domestic product (GDP) in the calendar year 2020, says data from the IMF World Economic Outlook. Bangladesh’s per capita GDP in dollar terms is expected to grow 4% to $1,888 while India’s per capita GDP is expected to decline 10.5% to $1,877. Bangladesh is set to beat India in per capita gross domestic product (GDP) in the calendar year 2020, says data from the IMF World Economic Outlook. Bangladesh’s per capita GDP in dollar terms is

Bangladesh to overtake India in per capita GDP | Deccan Herald

The coronavirus pandemic is likely to transform into a major financial crisis, World Bank Chief Economist Carmen Reinhart warned in an interview with The coronavirus pandemic is likely to transform into a major financial crisis, World Bank Chief Economist Carmen Reinhart warned in an interview with

World Bank Chief Economist warns of a major financial crisis emerging from coronavirus pandemic

India's per capita GDP is expected to decline by 10.5 per cent to USD 1,877 in 2020 while Bangladesh's per capita GDP is expected to rise by 4 per cent to USD 1,888.India's per capita GDP is expected to decline by 10.5 per cent to USD 1,877 in 2020 while Bangladesh's per capita GDP is expected to rise by 4 per cent to USD 1,888.

Bangladesh to overtake India in GDP per capita: IMF report- The New Indian Express

By Peter Egwuatu In order to save lives, reduce the impact of the recession, and revive growth and job creation, the International Monetary Fund, IMF has listed some recovery measures to be taken by emerging countries which include Nigeria and other low income economies to include  reprioritizing spending and enhancing its efficiency for recovery. TheRead More

COVID-19: IMF lists road map for recovery in Nigeria, other emerging economies - Vanguard News

In purchasing power parity terms, India's per capita GDP in 2020 is estimated by IMF at $6284 compared to $5139 for BangladeshIn purchasing power parity terms, India's per capita GDP in 2020 is estimated by IMF at $6284 compared to $5139 for Bangladesh

Per capita GDP increased by over 30%: Officials on criticism over IMF report

Quoting an IMF projection, Rahul Gandhi tweeted that the neighbouring country was set to overtake India in 2020 in terms of per capita GDPQuoting an IMF projection, Rahul Gandhi tweeted that the neighbouring country was set to overtake India in 2020 in terms of per capita GDP

Quoting an IMF projection, Rahul Gandhi tweeted that Bangladesh was set to overtake India in 2020 in terms of per capita GDP - Telegraph India

Govt sources have responded to ex-Congress president Rahul Gandhi's jibe over an IMF report that said India's per capita GDP is set to drop below BangladeshGovt sources have responded to ex-Congress president Rahul Gandhi's jibe over an IMF report that said India's per capita GDP is set to drop below Bangladesh

PPP vs per-Capita: Rahul Gandhi's attack on India-Bangladesh GDP comparison gets response - Republic World

Bangladesh is doing well because it’s following the path of previous Asian tigersBangladesh is doing well because it’s following the path of previous Asian tigers

The next China India must first beat Bangladesh | Business – Gulf News

The IMF estimates China will grow by 8.2% next year, down a full percentage point from the IMFs April estimate but strong enough to account for more than one-quarter of global growth. The U.S. is expected to rally to a 3.1% increase which will account for 11.6% of global growth in 2021 in purchasing power parity terms.

China GDP growth: IMF data shows coronavirus will push China GDP growth well beyond US - The Economic Times

The West wants a meaningful counterweight to China, but that partnership will be predicated on India not getting stuck in a lower-middle-income trap.The West wants a meaningful counterweight to China, but that partnership will be predicated on India not getting stuck in a lower-middle-income trap.

To be the next China, India must first beat Bangladesh

The West wants a meaningful counterweight to China, but that partnership will be predicated on India not getting stuck in a lower-middle-income trap.The West wants a meaningful counterweight to China, but that partnership will be predicated on India not getting stuck in a lower-middle-income trap.

To be the next China, India must first beat Bangladesh